A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

Nearby: Kensington Chelsea

Have organized an annual Architecture& series of winter evening lectures in conjunction with the Royal College of Art and the V&A.

Architectural Review, The
Visits to the Website735
Named Lectures & TalksArchitecture&
Also indexedRoyal College of Art | V&A
Views of 'Full' Record1117

'The Architecture Foundation's diverse and cross-disciplinary programme includes Events from film screenings to lectures and debates ...'

Architecture Foundation, The
Visits to the Website1171
Views of 'Full' Record1112

'The BADA Fair has become renown for its special events. Talks are given by well-known contributors to leading art publications, interior designers, historians and experts in art and antiques. Fashion shows have been hosted, tutored wine-tasting given and guided tours of the Fair lead by our distinguished exhibitors.' Usually held each year in March.

Category Arts & Crafts
BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair
Visits to the Website1692
Views of 'Full' Record1986

‘Brompton Cemetery, consecrated by the Bishop of London in June 1840, is one of Britain’s oldest and most distinguished garden cemeteries. The cemetery is Grade I Listed on the Historic England Register of Historic Parks and Gardens, and all of the cemetery buildings are Grade II* Listed ... The Friends of Brompton Cemetery work to preserve this remarkable site as a model of an historic cemetery with an active role in modern society. We help to restore and maintain the cemetery’s buildings, monuments and landscape, and encourage their full use by those sympathetic to the importance, beauty, heritage and fragility of this significant cemetery. We offer visitors Sunday afternoon guided tours, group tours at any convenient time in the week, and a varied programme of events and activities.‘

Category Cemeteries
Brompton Cemetery
Visits to the Website36
Views of 'Full' Record91

‘The Club was founded in 1922 by close associates of Carl Gustav Jung and continues today, building a community that explores Jung's ideas and concepts ... The Club hosts an exciting number of lectures and events throughout the year ... Through various associations with other well known Jungian organisations, we are happy to advertise other interesting events that are taking place outside of the Jung Club.’

C G Jung Analytical Psychology Club – London
Visits to the Website3540
Views of 'Full' Record8476

'Each term there are weekly lectures by respected authorities on a broad range of subjects. Over the years, our audiences have always told us how our wide variety of Lectures has opened doors for them to explore new areas of thought ... For places at our regular Tuesday & Friday evening programmes please pay at the door, unless indicated otherwise. Admission to normal lectures is £6'(with various concessions).

College of Psychic Studies, The
Visits to the Website1351
Views of 'Full' Record1347

‘The Society organises a regular programme of talks and seminars between September and May each year. Our meetings are held in Manchester and in London.’

Computer Conservation Society - London
Visits to the Website882
Views of 'Full' Record1279

‘Founded in 1876 the Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland is one of the oldest existing societies devoted to the study of molluscs. It is a Registered Charity which anyone, anywhere may join ... The Society’s objective is to promote the study of Mollusca in its widest aspects for the benefit of the public ... The Society has an active programme of both field and indoor meetings which are open to both members and non-members. If you would like to attend as a guest please contact the organiser of the meeting.’

Conchological Society of Great Britain & Ireland, The
Visits to the Website784
Views of 'Full' Record1148

Have organised events in the Distinguished Seminar Series in Computing as well as other talks and lectures which might be open to all: enquire about attendance.

Category Computer Science
Department of Computing [Imperial]
Visits to the Website1030
Also indexedImperial College London
Views of 'Full' Record1571

'Hear the most inspiring figures in design, architecture and fashion speaking about their work in the Design Museum’s talks programme.' Priced: substantial discount for Museum Members: 'Talks tickets include entry to all current exhibitions before the event begins. Food and drink is available to buy before the talk and the Design Museum Shop is also open late ... Be the first to find out updates, get priority booking and discount for talks, become a Design Museum Member.'

Design Museum
Visits to the Website878
Views of 'Full' Record1123

Organize a wide range of events, including ‘a series of lunchtime lectures, usually in English and occasionally in French, followed by refreshments. These are usually held at central London locations. The subjects vary hugely, from historical themes to more contemporary ones. We also offer evening talks which also cover a wide variety of subjects’.

Category France
Franco-British Society, The
Visits to the Website849
Views of 'Full' Record1254

Events Calendar contains occasional lectures and talks, often organized by other bodies, and which can be held at other places.

Category Germany
Goethe-Institut London
Visits to the Website1489
Named Lectures & TalksSebald Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1336

‘The Guild offers a rich forum for anyone interested in exploring the relationship between spirituality, religion and depth psychology, with particular reference to the writings of C. G. Jung ... C.G. Jung was a founding Patron in 1937. Today the Guild organises conferences, workshops, and a series of monthly lectures in London, as well as co-ordinating a number of local Guild Groups in the UK and Australia.’

Guild of Pastoral Psychology, The
Visits to the Website1240
Views of 'Full' Record3781

Programme of lectures, discussions and related events.

Category Religious Belief
Heythrop College
Visits to the Website929
Also indexedUniversity of London | Centre for Philosophy of Religion
Views of 'Full' Record1277

'Hosts an exciting programme of events including academic lectures and seminars, graduation ceremonies, open days, sport fixtures, musical performances and art exhibitions ... The majority of our events are open to Imperial students, staff, alumni and the public. Events are often very popular with a limited number of places available. Please ensure you register early for your chosen event; registration details are indicated on the individual events pages. All events are free unless stated. Full details of individual events can be accessed on the events calendar.' Note also the events programme of the Friends of Imperial College.

Imperial College London
Visits to the Website1800
Named Lectures & TalksAthena Lecture | Diversity Lecture | Ernst Chain Prize and Lecture | Gabor Lecture | Hounsfield Memorial Lecture | Sargent Lecture | Schrödinger Lecture
Also indexedFriends of Imperial College
Views of 'Full' Record4607

'The Institut français exists to promote French language and culture, but also to encourage cross-cultural exchange. The programmation of talks and films reflects this dual aim, with speakers from both sides of the Channel meeting regularly in discussion, and screenings of films from all corners of the world.'

Category France
Institut français du Royaume-Uni
Visits to the Website1682
Views of 'Full' Record1292

'The London Group of the Jane Austen Society now meets at 2.30 pm on four Saturdays in the year ... These meetings, of which at least one is free to members of the Group (all others are charged at cost), feature either a speaker or a speaker-led discussion, sometimes with videos to illustrate screen adaptations of the novels. Tea and biscuits are included. In addition, there is a full-day annual Group outing held on a Saturday in summer and a Birthday Lunch on a Saturday at the start of December.'

Jane Austen Society - London
Visits to the Website1108
Views of 'Full' Record2303

'Six meetings a year usually in January, March, May, July, September and December, on Saturdays at 2.00 pm.'

Lancashire Family History & Heraldry Society - London and South
Visits to the Website960
Views of 'Full' Record1395
London History Festival, The
Visits to the Website741
Also indexedRoyal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea | History Today
Views of 'Full' Record1079

Regular evening events: 'We would love to see you here, but seating is very limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. All the events cost £5 and include wine.'

Category Bookshops
Lutyens & Rubinstein Bookshop
Visits to the Website1080
Views of 'Full' Record1124

'Situated in a beautifully refurbished Victorian townhouse in Kensington, we offer a rich and varied programme including art and design exhibitions, film screenings, literary launches and readings, and lectures.'

Category Arts & Crafts
Mosaic Rooms, The
Visits to the Website1030
Also indexedA M Qattan Foundation
Views of 'Full' Record1024

'Hear guest speakers examine a wealth of enthralling topics at our free lunchtime lectures, which take place at 12.30 pm every Thursday. Occasionally there are unavoidable changes to the programme. Visitors interested in attending a particular lecture are advised to telephone ... on the day ... Admission is free and many lectures are followed by a book signing in the Museum Shop.' Note also The Society of Friends of the National Army Museums who can include lectures within their programme.

National Army Museum
Visits to the Website1083
Views of 'Full' Record1959

'No matter what your age or when you visit, come and enjoy one of our daily activities, including talks, behind-the-scenes tours, Explorer backpacks and our science discovery centre.'

Natural History Museum, The
Visits to the Website857
Views of 'Full' Record1154

'Unless otherwise stated, meetings are held at 5.45 pm on the second Wednesday of the month ... Visitors are welcome and admission is free. Meetings are generally followed by an informal meal at a local restaurant.'

Newcomen Society for the History of Engineering and Technology - London
Visits to the Website733
Named Lectures & TalksDickinson Memorial Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1225

'An occasional lecture series which aims to invite a range of speakers to give their views on current events in HE.'

Perspectives in Education [Imperial]
Visits to the Website554
Also indexedImperial College London | Educational Development Unit
Views of 'Full' Record1267

Occasional lectures within busy programme of events: 'We welcome all amateurs and beginners! - and also hope there will be plenty to interest the more advanced microscopist. So if you are interested in the microscope or microscopy why not think of joining us?'

Quekett Microscopical Club, The
Visits to the Website1266
Named Lectures & TalksM C Cooke Lecture | L V Martin Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record2541

'The RCA's galleries and lecture theatres are home to a lively programme of exhibitions, events and talks. Most are free unless stated otherwise.'

Royal College of Art
Visits to the Website706
Views of 'Full' Record1197

'Our indoor evening meetings bring you a variety of professional speakers to give illustrated talks on birding, conservation and general natural history. You can learn about new destinations and add to your understanding of how the natural world works. You'll also keep up to date with Group news and have a chance to book for outings ... Evening meetings are held at 6.45 pm ... Tea, coffee and biscuits are available from 6.15 pm. The meetings usually finish at about 8.30 pm.'

RSPB Central London
Visits to the Website794
Also indexedRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds
Views of 'Full' Record1226

Wide range of talks, lectures, debates, discussions and so on, including for adults: 'The Science Museum's Dana Centre is an adult-only venue that lets you explore issues in contemporary science through dialogue, interaction, performance and art whilst enjoying food and drinks in our fully-licensed café-bar.'

Science Museum
Visits to the Website652
Also indexedDana Centre
Views of 'Full' Record1013

Annual Lecture Series, usually held October/November. 'Numbers are strictly limited so please apply as soon as possible.'

Category Military History
Second World War Experience Centre, The
Visits to the Website788
Views of 'Full' Record942

'Annual Lecture ... Bookstall ... Refreshments ... All Welcome.'

Category Christianity
Strict Baptist Historical Society
Visits to the Website640
Views of 'Full' Record1357

'The V&A's learning programme encompasses both formal and informal events, including regular seasons around our major exhibitions. Discover new techniques in our practical art and design courses, brush up on your art history at a lecture, course or study day, drop in to a curator talk or demonstration, or join in discussion of recent research and topical issues at a conference or debate.'

V&A South Kensington
Visits to the Website1245
Also indexedVictoria and Albert Museum
Views of 'Full' Record1745

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